What is your criteria for choosing the "Best Answer"?
I find it so difficult to choose the best answer at times. What criteria should I choose?
The one -that matches my own view - that seems most sensible - that creates most interest - one that gives a solution I approve of - one that has the best readability score - one that gives a creative solution ? And what about when I find that several deserve to be chosen? This happens often as we have so many good writers here.
I think the citeria of choosing the best answer solemnly depends on hubber who asked.
I prefer, an answer that fills and correctly satisfies my wants.
Moreover, an example used in the answer gives me the confidence, to say the answer is correct.
It's really atypical task. We get so many good answers. And, at times, you may not get any satisfying answer. When there is no satisfying answer, you may leave it without choosing best answer. But when there are good answers with a solution to your question that is much sensible, you will have to select among many choices that best appeals to you.
Selecting one good answer means that the rest get no mention. Yet, one may have a number of really good answers. I get the advantage of their responses and I would like to do the right thing by those who write. Thank you for your helpful ideas VM
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
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by Ari Lamstein 6 years ago
Hello Hubbers,We thought you would like to know that the "Best Answer" feature, which was first described in this blog post:http://blog.hubpages.com/2012/06/best-answer/has now been released. We hope that you enjoy it!Ari
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
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by Mike Pugh 6 years ago
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by NC4Life078 6 years ago
Why do most Hubbers not choose a "Best Answer" to their questions?I see a trend with hubbers that don't select "Best Answer". Why do you think they never select one? Does it irk you when you go out of your way to answer their questions and they don't bother replying or leaving...
by muhammad abdullah javed 3 years ago
Do you think every Questioner selects Best Answer?
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